Michael Floyd (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Floyd has played through the ankle issue the past two weeks, and he's registered just four catches for 59 yards. He's a borderline WR3/4 this week at Seattle.
Andre Ellington (thigh) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Ellington will be good to go Sunday against the Seahawks on the road. It's a brutal matchup for fantasy Super Bowl week. Ellington is just a flex option.
Zach Miller (ribs) did not practice Wednesday.
Miller missed practice last week but played against the Giants and caught an eight-yard pass. He gets to see Arizona's horrid defense when it come to stopping tight ends this week. Miller and Luke Willson are on the sleeper map.
Chiefs OLB Justin Houston (elbow) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Houston was also limited last week before being declared inactive against the Raiders. His chances of facing Indianapolis should be better. Houston's elbow dislocation was originally reported as a 2-3 week ordeal. He's been sidelined since November 24, and will be four weeks removed from the injury when the Chiefs host the Colts this Sunday. We'd tentatively expect Houston to start.
NFL suspended Seahawks RCB Brandon Browner indefinitely for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
23 days ago, ESPN's Adam Schefter and NFL.com's Mike Silver both reported Browner was facing a lengthy suspension. Browner appealed the ban. FOX Sports then reported Browner turned down an offer to reduce his suspension from a one-year ban to early October 2014. Browner is now facing a minimum of a one-year suspension and will have to keep his nose clean in order to be reinstated. He can apply for reinstatement one year from today. For now, he's done for 2013 and 15 weeks of 2014. Browner will be a free agent in March and turns 30 in August. His Seattle days are over, while some believe his NFL career may also be done.
Texans interim coach Wade Phillips had "nothing new" to offer on Owen Daniels' (leg, short-term I.R.) Week 16 availability during Phillips' Wednesday post-practice press conference.
It certainly doesn't look like Daniels will be activated this week. Phillips suggested Monday that Daniels "might" resume practicing this week, but he apparently did not on Wednesday and appears likely to stay on the injured reserve list until Week 17 at soonest. With Garrett Graham (hamstring) also not practicing, rookie Ryan Griffin may get another start against the Broncos.
Daniel Thomas (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.
Thomas aggravated his high-ankle sprain last week. It doesn't sound like it's too serious because Thomas practiced a bit on Tuesday. If Thomas plays this week against Buffalo, he'll be part of the committee with Lamar Miller.
Marcedes Lewis (thigh) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Lewis has scored a touchdown in three consecutive games and will see more targets with Cecil Shorts (groin) done for the year, but he's barely a low-end TE2.